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New report: The anthropocenic imaginary: political ecologies of tourism in a geological epoch

This article pushes forward emerging approaches in the political ecology of tourism that recognize the Anthropocene as both a geological epoch and conceptual regime. In…

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New book: Arctic Geopolitics, Media and Power

Arctic Geopolitics, Media and Power provides a fresh way of looking at the potential and limitations of regional international governance in the Arctic region. Far-reaching…

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Book chapters: The Politics of Arctic Resources

The Arctic has often been seen as a natural area, or even a “wilderness”, where mainly indigenous and subsistence activities have been prominent. Contrary to…

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Nordforsk Annual Meeting, Reykjavik, Iceland

Community engagement and interdisciplinarity were major themes when REXSAC and the other three Nordic Centres of Excellence met in Reykjavik, Iceland, 20-21 May for the…

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New Report: Kakadu World Heritage Site Under Threat From Uranium Mine

A new report by REXSAC researcher Rebecca Lawrence at Sydney Environment Institute and Dave Sweeney, Australian Conservation Foundation has found mining giant Rio Tinto’s plan for rehabilitating the Ranger…

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Cumulative impacts on Arctic environments and societies. Fall 2019

The course topic relates to a primary objective of REXSAC: to contribute to practices and processes that ensure the sustainability of Arctic communities in a…

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